Drosera: Hardy Sundews
The United States is home to several species of cold-hardy sundews. They range in size from small, about the size of a quarter, to large with leaves growing up to 12 inches long. Grow them outdoors as container plants in full to partial sun. In fall, they will drop their leaves and go dormant. In winter, while dormant, they can withstand a brief frost of 20°F. Look for new growth in spring.
• All perennials are grown outdoors at our nursery in Oregon.
• Their appearance changes with the seasons.
• Inventory changes monthly and seasonally.